The whole world is just waiting to be discovered. There is always a new option to choose from. The BMW 2023 R 1250 GS Adventure is undisputedly the best touring enduro. It can handle rough terrain, severe weather, and the farthest reaches of the globe with ease. It is why we have worked to enhance further the already high levels of convenience and suitability for travel. The R 1250 GS Adventure has everything you need to explore the world, from advanced riding modes and a USB port to advanced lighting and driver assistance technologies. The powerful boxer engine combined with BMW ShiftCam will get you there with ease. We know you have numerous plans for exploring the world. Nothing more than the regular #SpiritOfGS.
BMW 2023 R 1250 GS Adventure – Features and Specs
Highlights To Discover
You can take the R 1250 GS Adventure just about everywhere. It can go to any location and adapt to any underground culture. Going off-road and then back onto the pavement. Your bike is something that you can trust completely, even if you have no clue what type of road conditions to expect. The R 1250 GS Adventure can make long rides more enjoyable with confidence and enthusiasm. Always be willing to go the extra mile, or even many more miles, if necessary.
Your wanderlust can only be satisfied by a BMW R 1250 GS Adventure. Traveling long distances will be easier and more comfortable, so you can rely on it no matter what happens.
All US R 1250 GS Adventure models automatically add Premium Package.
Silencer, Chrome Header, Heated Grips, and Keyless Entry are all included in the ZPP Premium Package. Included features include a tire pressure monitor (TPM), GPS readiness, cruise control, case mounts, Dynamic Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Gear Shift Assist (GSA), Ride Modes (RMS), and Multi-Stage Regenerative (MSR) Engine Brake Control.
A few examples of customizable features are regular and low passenger kits, heated seats, LED auxiliary lights, handlebar risers, off-road tires, and a choice of black or gold cross-spoke wheels, rallye bench seats, and billet packs.
BMW Motorrad presents the R 1250 GS Trophy Competition.
Supreme boxer power for the International GS Trophy 2022 across Albania.
Munich. From September 4-10, 2022, Albania will play host to the BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy. Rough cliffs, deep valleys, raging rivers, and the breathtaking Mediterranean shoreline are all part of the challenging terrain of the event. This year, enduro riders worldwide will have access to one of 126 different variants of the R 1250 GS Trophy Competition, a bike designed just for the event. The country is still a secretive hotspot for adventurous travelers.
Superior thrust and power, as well as customized equipment for challenging adventures in the most difficult terrain.
In 2020, the BMW F 850 GS competed in the International GS Trophy, but this year, BMW Motorrad will bring the R 1250 GS Trophy Competition, powered by a flat-twin boxer engine. More excellent power delivery, meatier torque, and maximum grip make the original suitable for the very challenging off-road sections that sometimes need riding in low gear. Numerous changes have been made to the R 1250 GS Trophy Competition before its seven-day voyage, including an exceptional two-tone paint job in Light white uni / Gravity blue metallic matt and GS Trophy stickers made just for this competition. For the 2023 model year, this two-tone paint scheme will also be offered for the R 1250 GS.
For example, this year’s BMW International GS Trophy Competition Bike features a TFT display that is protected from damage caused by a fall and from falling rocks, as well as a sturdy enduro engine guard made of aluminum, a headlight protection guard, and particularly well-protected cylinder head covers. The R 1250 GS Adventure’s adjustable gearshift and footbrake levers and extra-sturdy enduro footrests are both well-suited to the bikes’ rigorous off-road duties. Metzeler Karoo 4 tires, instead than the standard Karoo 3 tires, are mounted on the cross-spoke wheels to maximize grip in challenging conditions. The competition car has a sports windshield, a rally seat, and an Akrapovic rear silencer.
Small Tank Bag Adventure Collection as a practical companion during long exhausting riding days.
The new small tank bag from the Adventure Bag Collection can hold up to 5 liters of gear, so it’s perfect for the International GS Trophy racers to bring some snacks and water for the long ride. The R 1250 GS Trophy Competition may use as rear luggage thanks to the included attachments. A waterproof inner bag, water-repellent, lockable two-way zips on the main compartment, a zippered lid pocket, and a cable opening for a charging wire to the inside are just some of the features of the Small Adventure Collection Tank Bag.
Go Relaxed into Unknown Terrain
The R 1250 GS Adventure’s ergonomic layout and comfortable seating position make it easy to see and operate. The handlebars may be raised by up to 30 mm, allowing taller riders or those who like to ride standing up on rough terrain to do so quickly and confidently. Seat heights on the R 1250 GS Adventure range from 790 to 910 mm, giving you plenty of room to find the perfect fit.
LED Lighting Technology
Light output and horizontal, vertical, and oblique visibility are all improved by the combination of full-LED swiveling headlights and adaptive headlights. Because of this, they become more luminous, noticeable, and prominent. Conditional on load, curve angle, and terrain gradient.
While traveling in this fashion, the light will accompany you. The LED turn signals with the Cruising Light option look remarkable since the front lighting fades gradually from bright to dark. The backlit LEDs serve several purposes and increase passive safety. The welcome and farewell features, as well as the driving lights that stay on even when the car is off, are valuable additions for nighttime navigation.
Forever and ever, ride.
Assertive, trustworthy, and self-assured. Like a perfect couple, both of them complement one another in the familiar and the unfamiliar. BMW ShiftCam variable camshaft control technology in the R 1250 GS Adventure’s boxer engine makes long rides pleasurable. What impact does this have on you? Features include a high torque and quieter operation at low speeds. You’re R 1250 GS Adventure dynamics and self-assurance will improve as a result of your newfound commitment to a healthy running lifestyle.
Inspiration at every glance
Solid and robust are two terms that are utilized. Each R 1250 GS Adventure also gives the impression and feels capable of traveling over any terrain. Now it’s totally up to you to decide how far you want to go.
The GS Trophy design of the R 1250 GS Adventure is well-known. The depth of Gravity Blue Metallic’s color scheme symbolizes the insatiable need for discovery that drives it. The bold accents and evocative patterns indicate that inaction is not an option.
Equipped for the long-haul
Do you find it boring to follow the beaten path? Even the R 1250 GS Adventure doesn’t like them. The machine’s vast optional equipment, such as case holders and navigation system setup, allows you to build it to your precise specifications. To get you started, we’ve included three suggestions, ranging from enduro-specific equipment for off-road enthusiasts to ample storage for the longest of journeys. Explore new territory in style with the R 1250 GS Adventure.
BMW 2023 R 1250 GS Adventure – Price
The new BMW 2023 R 1250 GS Adventure is available for $20,345 only.
BMW 2023 R 1250 GS Adventure – Technical Specifications
|Type||Air/liquid-cooled four-stroke flat twin engine, double overhead camshaft, one balance shaft, & variable engine timing system BMW ShiftCam.|
|Bore x stroke||102.5mm x 76mm|
|Rated output||136 HP at 7,750 rpm|
|Max. torque||105 lb-ft at 6,250 rpm|
|Compression ratio||12.5: 1|
|Mixture Control||Electronic intake pipe injection|
|Emission control||A closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter|
|Maximum speed||over 120 mph|
|Fuel type||Unleaded super, octane number 95 (RON), adaptive fuel quality regulation (91 to 98 RON)|
|Alternator||Three-phase alternator with 510 Watt nominal power|
|Battery||12 V / 11.8 Ah|
|Clutch||The wet clutch with an anti-hopping function, hydraulic activation|
|Gearbox||Constant-mesh 6-speed gearbox with helical gear teeth|
|Frame||Two-section frame, front- and bolted-on rear frame, load-bearing engine|
|Front-wheel location/suspension||BMW Motorrad Telelever; stanchion diameter 1.5″ (37 mm), central spring strut|
|Rear wheel location/suspension||Cast aluminum single-sided swing arm including BMW Motorrad Paralever; WAD strut (travel-related damping), spring pre-load hydraulically adjustable (continuously variable) at handwheel, rebound damping adjustable at handwheel|
|Suspension travel, front/rear||8.3″ / 8.7″ (210 mm / 220 mm)|
|Wheelbase||59.2″ (1,504 mm)|
|Caster||3.8″ (95.4 mm)|
|Steering head angle||65.1°|
|Wheels||Cross spoke wheels|
|Rim, front||3.00 x 19″|
|Rim, rear||4.50 x 17″|
|Tire, front||120/70 R 19|
|Tire, rear||170/60 R 17|
|Brake, front||Dual disc brake, floating brake discs, diameter 12.0″ (305 mm), 4-piston radial calipers|
|Brake, rear||Single disc brake, diameter 10.9″ (276 mm), double-piston floating caliper|
|ABS||BMW Motorrad Integral ABS Pro (part-integral, slant-layer-optimized)|
|Seat height||35.0″ / 35.8″ (890 mm / 910 mm)|
|Inner leg curve||76.8″ / 78.3″ (1,950 mm / 1,990 mm)|
|Usable tank volume||7.9 gallons|
|Reserve||Approx. 1 gallon|
|Length (over mudguard)||89.4″ (2,270 mm)|
|Height (over windshield)||57.5″ (1,460 mm)|
|Wide (overhand guard)||38.6″ (980 mm)|
|Unladen weight, road ready, fully fueled||591 lbs|
|Permitted total weight||1,069 lbs|
|Payload (with standard equipment)||478 lbs|